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Picasso reading in his studio, photographed by Willy Rizzo
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With the crisis that shook France, the decisive U.S. entry into the war, and the collapse of the Russian Empire, 1917 was the pivotal year of the world conflict. Picasso spent this period with a clear vision of the geopolitical situation surrounding him. The consequences of the war were enormous and Europe found it difficult to recover. From then on, Picasso experienced the torments and hardships of being a foreigner, both for himself and, especially, through his partner Olga, a young Russian ballerina – the daughter of a colonel in the Imperial Army – whom he had met during his trip to Italy and married in 1918.
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Olga was happy to discover the Parisian life and the Années folles in the 1920s, but her correspondence with her family back in Russia, caught in the midst of the revolution, reveal her concern about her loved ones. Many sorrows punctuate these letters: calls for help, a desperate need for money, missing brothers and cousins. Olga was never to see them again. Behind the somewhat lost gaze portrayed by Picasso, the exiled Olga must surely have felt the deeply fragile essence of individuality confronted with the hazards of History, and discovered, at the cost of unfathomable suffering, what it means to be a non-citizen with no chance of return.
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Picasso reading in his studio, photographed by Willy Rizzo • With the crisis that shook France, the decisive U.S. entry into the war, and the collapse of the Russian Empire, 1917 was the pivotal year of the world conflict. Picasso spent this period with a clear vision of the geopolitical situation surrounding him. The consequences of the war were enormous and Europe found it difficult to recover. From then on, Picasso experienced the torments and hardships of being a foreigner, both for himself and, especially, through his partner Olga, a young Russian ballerina – the daughter of a colonel in the Imperial Army – whom he had met during his trip to Italy and married in 1918. • Olga was happy to discover the Parisian life and the Années folles in the 1920s, but her correspondence with her family back in Russia, caught in the midst of the revolution, reveal her concern about her loved ones. Many sorrows punctuate these letters: calls for help, a desperate need for money, missing brothers and cousins. Olga was never to see them again. Behind the somewhat lost gaze portrayed by Picasso, the exiled Olga must surely have felt the deeply fragile essence of individuality confronted with the hazards of History, and discovered, at the cost of unfathomable suffering, what it means to be a non-citizen with no chance of return. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 🏺Follow @ppablopicasso @ppablopicasso @ppablopicasso for More... #art #artsy #artbasel #arts #artwork #artist #artistic #painting #gallery #artgallery #museum #exhibition #fineart #modernart #instaart #contemporaryart #artistsoninstagram #abstract #arte #artoftheday #drawing #Picasso #pablopicasso #photographer #picoftheday #photooftheday #portrait #urbanart #photography #photo @ppablopicasso • https://picasso.fr/en/details/ojo-1-the-newspaper-january-2019-ojo-35-to-read-on-exile-and-morrina-the-discovery-of-the-meaning-of-exile ...

National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland 📸 by Anna Kowalów - Spokesperson & head of marketing for the museum 🌐 Follow @worldsmagazine.

National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland 📸 by Anna Kowalów - Spokesperson & head of marketing for the museum 🌐 Follow @worldsmagazine ...

What do you think about this project?
George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art ...
Proposal by @madarchitects @ma_yansong_mad ....
Located in #losangeles #california ...
#museum #architects_need.

What do you think about this project? George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art ... Proposal by @madarchitects @ma_yansong_mad .... Located in #losangeles #california ... #museum #architects_need ...

Semoga tujuan yang kita capai diberkahi dan dimudahkan...
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#aceh #bandaaceh #museum #pidie #subulussalam #takengon #blangpadang #naganraya.

Semoga tujuan yang kita capai diberkahi dan dimudahkan... ------ #aceh #bandaaceh #museum #pidie #subulussalam #takengon #blangpadang #naganraya ...

A little culture at The Getty Museum today 📚 learned about the first cameras, they think early 1700’s, saw some awesome photography and relaxed watching the amazing view from top of the mountain ⛰#perfectday #culture #education #learningisfun #adventure #gettymuseum #museum #photography #branding #marketing #brookemason #brookemasoncreative.

A little culture at The Getty Museum today 📚 learned about the first cameras, they think early 1700’s, saw some awesome photography and relaxed watching the amazing view from top of the mountain ⛰#perfectday #culture #education #learningisfun #adventure #gettymuseum #museum #photography #branding #marketing #brookemason #brookemasoncreative ...